Examples of swaddle in a Sentence
He swaddled the baby in a blanket.
Recent Examples of swaddle from the Web
Deeper still, there’s a core of dissolving rock and minerals swaddled inside that exotic hydrogen.
When you're swaddled all the way up past your Adam's apple, material matters.
But the child, which pops out pre-swaddled, is not what anyone expected.
Preview Chiefs linebacker Reggie Ragland was in swaddling blankets the previous time Kansas City won a home playoff game.
For decades pitchers have all but been placed in bubble wrap, swaddled in satin jackets on the basepaths and taught to defer to position players when there’s a pop-up near the mound.
That was the Christmas Day agenda in downtown Detroit for Jewish volunteers who stepped into the shoes of Christians for the day, driving before dawn on snowy roads to feed a crowd of homeless men and women in swaddling parkas and work boots.
That's where the travelers found Mary, Joseph and their newborn son, swaddled and lying in a manger.
This vital man of great appetites and fierce arguments had spent nearly seven decades devoted to the pleasures of this world, swaddled in cashmere and surrounded by Old Masters in his posh Fifth Avenue flat.
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Origin and Etymology of swaddle
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
SWADDLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of swaddle for English Language Learners
: to wrap (someone, especially a baby) tightly with a blanket, pieces of cloth, etc.
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